"I think Rashad's prospects for the draft are very good," said Brad Daugherty, a former NBA All-Star and Owen High alum. "He's a great athlete with good court awareness who has improved defensively throughout his time at Carolina. The only question is what position he would fit in. He's 6-foot-4, and he has unbelievable range. He's progressed a lot. He's proved that he's willing to and can improve."
The NBA on McCants' mind
"There's no question that how you build a team has changed drastically over the last 10, 15 years," Roy Williams said. "You have to look at who you recruit, how you recruit. Is he going to the NBA out of high school? If he comes to your school, will he be there for just one year or maybe two years? Ten or 15 years ago, you figured that if a kid left college early he would be with you for three years. Now, I'm looking at players to see if they can play at college, will they be a four-year player or will they leave maybe after a year or two? I want a mix of those guys."
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"I'm not going to win anybody over," Casey said Saturday, after supervising a workout with Sean May and Rashad McCants of North Carolina and Joey Graham from Oklahoma State.
McCants, May work out for T-Wolves' new coach
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